Pratchett plans Ireland visit for assisted suicide debate

A group which is to campaign for a change in the law on assisted suicide plans to bring Swiss activist Ludwig Minelli and author Terry Pratchett to Ireland for its inaugural debate.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
14th April, 2012

A new group which will campaign for a change in the law on assisted suicide in Ireland plans to bring Swiss activist Ludwig Minelli and author Terry Pratchett to Ireland for its inaugural debate this summer.

Minelli runs Dignitas, an assisted suicide clinic in Switzerland where a number of Irish people have ended their lives.

Pratchett, who has terminal early onset Alzheimer's, made headlines last year with his documentary on assisted suicide called Choosing to...

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